Bahamut Senki

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Bahamut Senki
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Basic Information
Type(s)
Video Game
[[Sega]][[Category:Sega]]
[[Sega]][[Category:Sega]]
Tactical RPG
4-megabit cartridge
Game controller
Sega Mega Drive
Virtual Console
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Bahamut Senki (バハムート戦記) (which translates to the "War Chronicles of Bahamut") is a tactical role-playing game developed for the Sega Mega Drive in 1991. It was only released in Japan.

The game offers a unique soundtrack for each of the many playable "races" in the game, and has various levels of gameplay that ranged from arcade Archon-style creature-on-creature combat to strategy similar to Koei's strategy games like Gemfire and Nobunaga's Ambition. Two-player games are also an option, given the variety that the game offered with the occasional arcade action battle to break up the quiet strategy and planning.

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